The Central Library of Mendoza was a semi-ornate library owned and operated by Mendoza Government (F1sh98) to keep books obtained from other nations, whether they were stolen, or otherwise. It is speculated that before its destruction, it contained the collection of books looted from the city of Madrid during World War III. This collection was biggest in the world when it was stolen.
There are few people, if anyone, who acknowledge this library as an actual library, due to its part in storing books taken from other nations and hiding them from public view and use. It is considered by many to have been a treasure-hunting organization.